Therapist Certification

Medical Qigong Therapist Certification

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T1 – Advanced Diagnostics and Remote Treatments

This seminar offers the student an overview of the major principles and foundational structures that govern Traditional Chinese Medical Qigong. This course is designed to introduce students to the use of various sensory, intuitive, and perceptual skills used in the Medical Qigong clinic for the diagnosis and treatment of clients.

 

Course content will include:

• Applications of Intuitive and Perceptual Qi Diagnosis
• Diagnosis Based on Flat Palm Detection (Hand Sensing)
• Diagnosis Based on Kinesthetic and Empathic Qi Absorption
• Hand Diagnosis Based on Body Association
• Diagnosis by Observing Aura Fields
• Diagnosis Based on Intention
• Long Distance Medical Qigong Therapy
• Faith Projection
• Negative Thought Projections and Medical Qigong Therapy
• Auxiliary Medical Qigong Healing Modalities

 

Objectives
Students will have an exposure to a variety of diagnosis methodologies and auxiliary Medical Qigong healing modalities.
Prerequisite: Medical Qigong Practitioner Certification

T2 – Medical Qigong Dao Yin Therapy and Rectifying Qi Deviations

This sixth seminar offers the student an overview of the major principles and foundational structures that govern Traditional Chinese Medical Qigong. This course is designed to introduce students to the study of proper Dao Yin training and rectifying qi deviations.

 

Course content will include:
•    Deeper training and study of the internal principles of:
•    Postural Dao Yin Training,
•    Respiratory Dao Yin Training,
•    Mental Dao Yin Training,
•    Rectifying Qi Deviations Occurring from Improper Qigong Training.

 

Objective
After completing this course, students will have a deeper comprehension of the body’s energetic relationship to the physical structure and mental and emotional disorders and deviations of the psyche.
Prerequisite: Medical Qigong Practitioner Certification

T3 – Medical Qigong Therapy for Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Gynecology, Neurology, and Psychology

This seventh seminar offers the student an overview of the major principles and foundational structures that govern Traditional Chinese Medical Qigong. This course is designed to introduce specialized clinical treatments in these areas.

 

Course content will include:
•    Early stages of child growth and development
•    Prescriptions for children
•    Prescriptions for senility
•    Etiology and pathology of gynecological diseases
•    Menstrual complications
•    Treatment protocols for menopause
•    Stroke (Wind-Stroke)
•    Coma
•    Facial paralysis (Bells Palsy)
•    Multiple sclerosis (MS)
•    Self-treatment prescriptions for psycho-emotional disorders
•    Treating emotional anxieties, phobias, and addictions
•    Treating phobias and depression using the “Windows of the Sky” points

 

Objective
Students will have an exposure to specialized clinical treatments of physical illness and the management of the client’s emotional, mental and spiritual states.
Prerequisite: Medical Qigong Practitioner Certification

T4 – Introduction to Treatment of Cancer with Medical Qigong Therapy

This eighth seminar offers the student an overview of the major principles and foundational structures that govern Traditional Chinese Medical Qigong. This course is designed to introduce students to the study of the treatment of various types of cancers and tumor formations.

 

Course content will include:
• Etiology and Pathology of Cyst, Tumor and Cancer Formation
• The Multifaceted Causes of Cyst, Tumor and Cancer Formations
• Categorization of Cysts and Tumors According to Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Medical Qigong Approach to Cancer Prescriptions
• Emission Therapy for the treatment of Brain Tumors, Breast Cysts Tumors and Cancer, Uterine Tumors and Cancer, Cervical Cancer, Ovarian Cysts, Prostate Cancer, Lung Cancer, and Colon and Rectal Cancer.

 

Objective
Students will have an exposure to specialized clinical treatments of cancer and the management of the client’s emotional, mental and spiritual states surrounding the disease.
Prerequisite: Medical Qigong Practitioner Certification

Clinical Theatre, Internship, and Final Examination

This 5-day seminar will be the culminating event for each of the certification programs (MQP, MQT, and MMQ). Beyond the theoretical and practical exams, it offers the student exposure and first hand experience of medical qigong diagnoses and treatments.
The student will study and experience different aspects of energetic dysfunctions and symptom manifestations. The instructor will guide and assist in all phases of diagnosis and treatment during the Clinical Theater and Internship phases.

 

Course content will include:
• Exploring case studies
• Integrating advanced clinical modalities
• Applying advanced diagnosis and advanced energetic modulation skills

 

An outline of the course follows:
• Comprehensive Academic Review
• Comprehensive Academic Exam
• Comprehensive Practical Review
• Comprehensive Practical Exam
• Clinical Theater
• Clinical Internship

 

If the student has successfully completed all requirements for their respective certificate program, a certificate will be issued at the end of this Seminar.

Objective
Students will be confident in diagnosing and treating patients, as well as creating and maintaining accurate clinical records.
Prerequisite: seminars for MQP (1 – 4); MQT (5 – 8); MMQ (9 – 12); DMQ

Clinical Externship

In the clinical internship, the academic and theoretical knowledge gained in the Medical Qigong courses gets put into practical application. The objective is for the student to become confident in diagnosing and treating clients, as well as creating and maintaining accurate clinical records.

 

After completing “Introduction to Diagnosis and Treatments” (Course 2), the student should begin to treat clients and gain clinical experience. As the student gains experience and attends more advanced courses their knowledge and abilities will increase as will their abilities to diagnose and treat more challenging cases.

 

The student is expected to keep complete histories on clients which include client histories, treatments, and prescription exercises.

Prior to completing certification for MQP, MQT, and MMQ, the student must provide copies of clinic log (verifying clinic hours), a sample of client histories, and case studies.

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